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Fall Trees, Wildflowers, Bear Stories, and Strolls
Date: Sunday, Sep 23 - Saturday, Sep 29, 2018
Subject: Nature Studies
Instructor: Joel Zachry
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Celebrate fall's arrival by joining a biologist/naturalist to study the natural treasures of the Southern Appalachians. Indoors, we'll spend some time studying nature in a non-technical manner, then we'll go out to apply the learnings. Gain knowledge of the area's flowers, trees, and mammals, including bears, and how to avoid dangerous encounters. While the focus is on learning, not hiking, students should be able to walk approximately 2 miles per day.

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Tuition: $630.00
Deposit: A deposit of $150.00 will be due upon checkout to hold your seat in this class.

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